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An application of stream thermometry in small drainage basins



Year of publication 2011
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Moravian Geographical Reports
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Faculty of Science

Field Earth magnetism, geography
Keywords thermometry; rock type; relief type; water temperature; electrical conductivity; Bunčovský stream; Sloupečník stream; Czech Republic
Description The utility of the thermometry method in small drainage basins (less than 10 Sq. km)is described and has been effectively verified in this paper, for case studies of the Bunčovský and Sloupečník streams in the Czech Republic. Using non-parametric Kruskal-Wallis of Variance (ANOVA) methods and other statistical procedures, zhe influence of relief and rock type on groundwater flow has been demonstrated. The majority of the points of groundwater stream inflow have been identified in rugged relief and sandstone. Given the factors mentioned above, different types of groundwater flow cycles, characterized by varying depth and velocity, have been detected.
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